Report of the hundred and sixteenth Round Table on Transport Economics held in Paris on 16th-17th December 1999 on the following topic: transport of waste products
Economic Research Centre, European Conference of Ministers of Transport, Nov 28, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 188 pages
With the treatment of waste set to increase -- since the volume of waste is closely related to economic growth -- waste transport will be a major challenge in the future. This raises several issues. Should transport regulations be made more ...
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LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TRANSPORT OF WASTE
DESCRIPTION OF CURRENT SITUATION AND EFFECTS ON WASTE
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ADEME areas assimilated wastes Basel Convention cent Closed Substance Cycle collection and transport consumption costs countries Cycle and Waste disposal of waste economic emissions environment environmental impact Europe European Commission European Union European Waste Catalogue facilities Federal Figure firms France Germany hazardous waste household and assimilated household waste incineration plants increase industrial waste inland waterway Instructions on Waste integrated issue Lander landfill legislation logistics chain logistique million tonnes modal split municipal waste OECD Ordinance organisation pollution processing proximity principle rail recycling regulations requirements reverse logistics road shipments of waste Source statistics t-km Table tonne of waste tonne-kilometres traffic transfrontier transport licence transport of waste transport sector treatment types of waste urban vehicles waste collection waste collection vehicles waste disposal waste for recovery Waste Framework Directive waste incineration Waste Management Act waste movements waste products waste shipments waste transport